Avicularia spec.
Got it as Avicularia spec. But i would like to know what Avicularia it is ... (i uploaded 2 Avi spec. but these are 2 different spiders!)

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Avicularia avicularia, possibly morphotype 6 ("metallica"). If it is an immature and the red setae on the abdomen are replaced by white/cream ones in a molt or two, then it is likely morphotype 6. If the red setae remain, it is another morphotype/vatiant.
 
It's definitely an Avicularia avicularia, but the problem is there's 7 morphotypes of A. avic and we likely won't be able to distinguish specifically what morph it is. Like already said, it's possibly a morph #6, but that's all I can really guess at this point.
 
@Siderum It is NOT metallica based on this pic. I've raised several. I suggest you look up metallica pics here. Metallica is very poofy, and has very obvious white tipped setae all over the body. Also, there are no red setae on abdomen, such as this T has. They are white.
 

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